You will be familiar with the many benefits of doing yoga. Yoga also removes many diseases and keeps you healthy, but if you are struggling with a particular disease, then you are hardly aware of which yoga postures you should do for that.
Many people across the country are battling with a serious disease like thyroid. If your thyroid has not been affected even after taking many types of medicines, then you can overcome this problem through these yogasanas told by Baba Ramdev.
Sarvangasana: This asana is one of the best asanas for treating thyroid. It is also called Shoulder Stand Pose. To do Sarvangasana, lie down on your back. After this, simultaneously, lift your legs, hips and then waist. All the weight should come on your shoulders and as soon as this happens, support your back with your hands.
Keep the hands along the back, keep supporting the shoulders. Keeping the elbows pressed to the ground and the hands on the waist, keep your waist and legs straight. Keep your legs straight and strong. Take long deep breaths and stay in the posture for 30 to 60 seconds. To complete the asana, slowly bring the knees near the forehead. Keep your hands on the ground and slowly lower your waist without raising your head.
Viparitakarni Asana: To do this asana, first of all, by lying on the back, join both the feet and join the heels and toes. Then keep the hands by the side and the palms above the ground and the neck straight. After this, slowly bring both the legs at an angle of 30 degrees.
Wait a few seconds after reaching 30 degrees, then move the legs to a 45 degree angle, and then hold for a few seconds. After this, raise the legs at a 90 degree angle. After reaching 90 degrees, slowly lift the buttocks with the help of both hands and take the feet back. Place both hands on the buttocks and straighten the legs.
Halasana: To do this, you lie on your back on the ground. Both the feet should meet each other and the palms should be on the ground and near the waist. After this, slowly raise both the legs upwards. Keep in mind that while doing this, contract the stomach and keep breathing in. After this, while raising both the legs, try to put them behind the head.
Keep in mind that if the feet are not reaching the back of the head, then do not apply too much force, doing so can cause problems in your neck. Use the hands to bend the back and waist along with the legs. Try to hold the posture for a while and keep in mind that the knees do not bend.
Matsyasana: To do this asana, lie down on your waist and join your hands and feet with the body. Place the hands under the hips, keep the palms on the ground. After that join the elbows together. While inhaling, lift the chest and head. After this, lift your chest, take the head back and place the top of the head on the ground.
Keeping your head comfortably touching the ground, press your elbows firmly to the ground, putting all the weight on the elbows, not on the head. After this, raise your chest high. Press the thigh and feet on the ground. Stay in the posture as much as possible, take long deep breaths. Come back while lowering the chest. Bring both the hands back to the right and left of the body and then relax.